Looked at again because of this thread in the Whoblog: TNG S8, a mix of A and B plots from an imagined eighth season of Star Trek: The Next Generation.
Built for parody, notably in the portrayal of Geordi and Data as sitcom teenagers, but maybe every third one would work seriously:
Picard must debate a copy of himself... to the death.
Riker infiltrates a saboteur cult in the Neutral Zone.
Beverly solves a medical mystery that stains her mentor's legacy.
Worf unwillingly participates in his niece's coming-of-age human hunt.
Ghosts of long-dead crewmen harass Troi.
Picard must pacify a moon-sized Borg drone as he and it drift towards a Federation colony.
Data protects a luddite priest during a robot uprising.
Picard must rescue solar miners trapped on a plasma rig.
Worf struggles to recall his past after being brainwashed by a Klingon terrorist cell.
A world with a terminal plague tries to attract the Borg as a cure.
A team of elite space thieves deactivate the Enterprise's artificial gravity and steal the warp core.
Worf refuses to enjoy the pleasure-planet Risa. (Okay, maybe not that one, but you can just imagine it, can't you?)